A Korean herbal remedy for chronic diarrhoea could soon be available to the public.
Korean herbal medicine pills are made from Korean plants.
A Korean medicine is a medicine that has been proven to work on a specific condition.
The Korean medicine was developed by Korean-American physician and researcher, Jang Joon-hyun, who was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his efforts.
Jang’s invention is based on an extract from the leaves of a plant called a gongkuk, which contains a compound called dangjin, which helps to fight the symptoms of diarrhea.
The Korean medicine also contains a high amount of the alkaloids that can help prevent stomach acid, which is a major contributor to the symptoms.
Korean medicine pills contain the alkaline compound dangkin, which has been shown to improve symptoms of acute diarrhea, according to the New York Times.
The drug, which can be purchased over the counter, is a safe and effective way to treat severe diarrhea.
But it is not as effective as traditional treatments, such as IV fluids, which are usually administered intravenously.
Kang Joo-seok, an associate professor of internal medicine at Johns Hopkins University, said that the new drug is a promising treatment for the condition.
“The results from the Korean herbal treatment for chronic acute diarrhea are promising,” said Kang.
“We believe that the drug could be the first of its kind to be tested on patients in the United States.”
Kang said the drug will be available by the end of next year.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is currently investigating the potential use of the drug.